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Five Faculty staff awarded King's Education awards

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Five Faculty staff awarded King's Education awards
Date:
Friday 17th May 2019

Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships awarded to academic staff in Departments of Physics and Mathematics

Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships awarded to academic staff in Departments of Physics and Mathematics
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Two Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships have been awarded to academic staff in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences.
Date:
Friday 17th May 2019

Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships awarded to academic staff in Departments of Physics and Mathematics

Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships awarded to academic staff in Departments of Physics and Mathematics
Description
Two Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships have been awarded to academic staff in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences.
Date:
Friday 17th May 2019

Climate Change, Justice and the Courts

Climate Change, Justice and the Courts
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Dr Barritt ran a week long course on Climate Change, Justice and the Courts with colleague Melanie Murcott from the University of Praetoria.
Date:
Friday 17th May 2019

#LetsTalkMentalHealthII series highlights youth voice in mental health

#LetsTalkMentalHealthII series highlights youth voice in mental health
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Mental health increasingly intersects with careers in fields such as museums, technology, architecture, genetics and music. But how can young professionals working in these emerging disciplines get to grips with the challenges of living with mental health conditions?
Date:
Tuesday 14th May 2019

Teachers predict pupil success just as well as exam scores

Teachers predict pupil success just as well as exam scores
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New research from King's College London finds that teacher assessments are equally as reliable as standardised exams at predicting educational success.
Date:
Monday 13th May 2019

Research Fellow in Chemistry Dr Eamonn Reading wins government investment for future leaders in science

Research Fellow in Chemistry Dr Eamonn Reading wins government investment for future leaders in science
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Dr Eamonn Reading, Research Fellow in the Department of Chemistry, has been awarded a Future Leaders Fellowship by the UK government, a scheme designed to help researchers and innovators become world leaders in their fields.
Date:
Friday 10th May 2019

Visiting Professor of Mathematics James Briscoe elected to Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship

Visiting Professor of Mathematics James Briscoe elected to Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship
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Visiting Professor of Mathematics James Briscoe has been elected by the Academy of Medical Sciences to their prestigious Fellowship.
Date:
Thursday 9th May 2019

CUSP London students and partners examine London ambulance statistics at Data Dive 2019

CUSP London students and partners examine London ambulance statistics at Data Dive 2019
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Students, industry partners and local authorities explored data relating to the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust (LAS) at CUSP London's Data Dive 2019 earlier this year.
Date:
Thursday 9th May 2019

King's PhD student receives Outstanding Achievement Award from Chinese Government

King's PhD student receives Outstanding Achievement Award from Chinese Government
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King's PhD student, Jia Liu has received the award for 'Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad' by the China Scholarship Council, a non-profit agency affiliated with China's Ministry of Education.
Date:
Tuesday 7th May 2019

Regulation of health apps urgently needed to protect consumers

Regulation of health apps urgently needed to protect consumers
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Commercial app stores urgently need to address the lack of information available to consumers about the benefits and quality of health apps, according to a new study funded by the NIHR Maudsley BRC.
Date:
Friday 3rd May 2019

King's continues its strong track record in the Jessup International Moot

King's continues its strong track record in the Jessup International Moot
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A team representing King's College London and the United Kingdom has ranked 5th in the world in the 2019 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.
Date:
Thursday 2nd May 2019
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